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Some graduate teaching assistants at the University of Kansas could receive a raise next year, after the university and a union representing the students approved a contract increasing the minimum wage for teaching assistants by $1,000 a year.
The ROTC program at the University of Kansas is graduating its first female combat arms officer since the Pentagon lifted the ban on women in combat.
With higher education funding still below pre-recession levels, all six of Kansas' state universities have asked the Board of Regents to raise tuition and fees for the next incoming freshman class.
The board overseeing higher education in Kansas revised a policy allowing state universities to discipline or fire employees for improper social media use by adding statements Wednesday that academic freedom and free speech rights will be protected.
University of Kansas police say crime at the school last year was down significantly from the year before.
Professors and staff members from state universities across Kansas came together over the weekend to criticize a policy the Board of Regents plans to put in place soon that would allow university chiefs to fire employees for social media posts.
Gov. Sam Brownback is urging state lawmakers to approve a request from the University of Kansas for $2 million to fund an institute focused on drug discovery and commercialization.
The University of Kansas says one of its graduates has pledged a $25 million donation for scholarships and other purposes.
Some teachers at the University of Kansas are questioning a decision to use a private company to help run a new program designed to attract hundreds of new international students to the school.